... well wonder no more - the count down timer above shows you exactly how much (or how little) time you have left to get in your training.
Want to make sure you arrive at the start line well prepared - with everything you'll need for a less stressful race experience? My handy checklist can help with that...
That's right - the London Marathon has been a regular fixture in the Spring marathon calendar for 4 decades now.
Whilst the Elite Men's race and the mass start is at 9:30, there are several other races on the same day as follows:
The London Marathon course takes in some of London's famous landmarks. So, running the race or indeed spectating can be a great opportunity to get in some sight seeing.
If the answer to any of the above is YES, then you would benefit from the Marathon Success System. A fresh and unique online group coaching programme.
The first trial will start in January 2020 - in time for those running a Spring marathon (like London).
If you'd like to know more about it and get a chance to be part of a small Beta-Test group for this ground breaking, complete, holistic training system - click the button below.
Hi, I'm Dave. I'm a UK Athletics qualified and licensed Coach in Running Fitness (CiRF) and Endurance Event Group Coach. I coach groups and individuals of all abilities both online and in person.I particularly enjoy coaching beginner and improver runners in the 40+ age range.I'm also a regular recreational runner and I've been competing in races from 5k to marathon distance for over 30 years.
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